Top Jailbreak Tweaks for iPhone 4S

The official release of the Absinthe jailbreak for iOS 5.0.1 on iPhone 4S and iPad 2 is now available. After jailbreaking your device, you’ll want to download some useful tweaks from Cydia. In this article, we’ll discuss the most important ones.



SBSettings can be considered the number one tweak. This program should be installed immediately after jailbreaking. SBSettings adds options to enable/disable 3G, Bluetooth, WiFi, and other functions.


VIP Tool. This tweak makes folders on your iPhone visible. With iFile, you can make all folders, compressed files, bookmark folders, and more visible.


If iPhones and other Apple devices do not support file transfer via Bluetooth to devices from other manufacturers by default, Celeste provides you with this opportunity. By paying $9.99 in the Cydia Store, you will be able to exchange files with other mobile devices.

Springtomize 2

This tweak allows you to get the most out of iOS 5. If you are using the new iPhone 4S, you will definitely find this setting useful. By paying just three dollars for Springtomize 2, you will save about twenty dollars on tweaks from Cydia, which are already included in this program.


“Must have,” in one word. A tweak developed by the IntelliBorn team, IntelliScreenX will make the iOS 5 Notification Center work as it should. IntelliScreenX is available for $9.99.


Limneos’ CallBar will improve incoming phone call reception. The tweak will help you change the design of the call interface, allowing you to use your device during incoming calls or conversations. The setup costs $3.99.


The setup is free and included in jailbreaking. Activator allows you to activate any function from anywhere on your iPhone.

WinterBoard and DreamBoard

A sweet couple that allows you to install themes and customize the interface. Themes can be found in Cydia. DreamBoard includes OS X Ultimatum and BlackBerry themes.

InfiniDock and OverFlow

By installing the tweaks InfiniDock and OverFlow, you will be able to add a multitude of icons to your dock and elegantly scroll through them in a “Cover Flow” style.

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